- n the mass of eggs deposited by fish or amphibians or molluscs
- v call forth
- v lay spawn
The salmon swims upstream to spawn
- The philanthropic millionaire helped spawn many small industries in a town where jobs were few and far between.
- The caricature of a cult head in a news daily has spawned hundreds of lawsuits across the country.
- Going by the number of low-waisted pants that have spawned lately, it appears to me that fashion, like history, repeats itself.
- Neil Gaiman in The Associated Press
If I wanted to do 23 pages of Spawn reading a newspaper, I could,Gaiman said.
- Roseanne Barr in Winnipeg Sun
Jon Voight your evil spawn Angelina Jolie and her vacuous hubby Brad Pitt make about $40 million a year in violent, psychopathic movies and give away three of it to starving children, trying to look as if they give a crap about humanity,Barr...
- Todd McFarlane in MTV.com
The main character isn't Spawn, per se, it's the guy chasing Spawn,McFarlane told MTV News. "And I've always had [Leonardo] DiCaprio in the back of my mind."